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Start Your Creative Business With A Bang

Sunday, January 27, 2019

This post is contributed. 


Craft jewelry maker. Web designer. Instagram influencer. Beauty blogger. Home stylist.
Whatever takes your fancy, there are a million and one creative careers available at any given time. For anyone who is sick of the dull office routine, starting a creative business is the best way to boost your happiness in life. However, it’s fair to say that you can’t embark on an artistic career without planning carefully. Whether you’re considering a side hustle or a drastic change of job, you need to kick your business idea into life with a bang. The louder, the better! After all, the creative market is buzzing with activities; you need to make an impression if you want to get noticed.
A word of warning, however; at this point, we assume that you’ve got the skills and equipment you need for your creative venture. The idea is not to start from scratch and sign up a craft or digital class to find out more. Let’s say for the sake of the argument that you already master the necessary skills. The next logical step is to attract your customers’ attention.



#1. Seriously, who’s got time for dull office wear?

You are what you wear. If you want your future clients to take you seriously, you need to pick creative and exciting outfits. Ditch the tailored office uniform and embrace your unique style. For something a little edgy but still stylish, you can pair a leather peplum jacket with a pair of skinny jeans and combat boots. If you want to make a vivid impression, why not mix patterns like a pro? Animal prints and stripes are a brave but fun statement that always makes an impression. And for illustrators and designers, nothing says pro more like a vintage dress with a bold hairstyle!


#2. It’s not a black and white office; it’s a creative space

Whether you work from home, or you’ve got a rented space in town, you need to give your office a creative look. Colors? Yes! Funky materials? Why not! Quality furniture? Of course! But don’t forget the little details that can transform your office from being a simple workplace to becoming an inviting brainstorming room for you and your clients. Indeed, every office needs a little bit of greenery. Houseplants don’t only make a fantastic statement; they can also purify your indoor air. As they release more oxygen, they keep your brain feeling refreshed and bubbling with new ideas all the time.


#3. Be everywhere at the same time

Last, but not least, you need your social media presence to showcase your business. Start with the basics and create yourself a profile on the leading platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. You want to remain visible and easy to find for your potential clients. If you’re unsure how to keep your followers entertained, you can take a look at some of the most popular accounts on Instagram for 2018. Indeed, you need to understand your niche if you want to create incredible content!



When you’re launching a small creative business, your advertising budget won’t make a difference if you can’t build a presence of yourself first. Invest in your unique work wear, your decor, and your social media brand to stand out from the crowd.

Thanks for visiting the blog today. Have a happy Sunday! 



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